#ReactNative – Pros and Cons #100DaysOfCode #coding #react #reactjs @reactnewsletter @ReactJSNews

  • When we first heard about React Native, a framework that enables building an app for multiple platforms, we were thrilled.
  • One team, one codebase and the potential to scale an app for iOS and Android using a fracture of resources required in native development is a great promise.
  • A few years ago, Facebook officially announced React Native, a powerful framework with the promise of cross-platform compatibility.
  • The major selling point of React Native is shorter development time.
  • Facebook puts a lot of resources to ensure React Native’s reliability and also to guarantee a constant development of the platform.

React Native: One team, one codebase and potential to scale an app for iOS and Android using a fracture of resources required in native development is a great promise.
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A Hard Choice to Make: React Native vs Native

Let's decide what to choose: #ReactNative or #native?

  • Using your own SDK and other specific tools to create applications for native platforms provides more productiveness of the development team.
  • The main, and perhaps the only significant drawback of native development is its higher cost in comparison with cross-platform, which is especially felt while creating fairly simple applications in terms of functionality.
  • In order to create a cross-platform application with React Native, the developer does not need any specific knowledge of programming for Android or iOS.
  • The next updates of the application created by React Native in the App Store are bypassed by its main policy (meaning the standard waiting time is 2 weeks, which is necessary to approve the access rights to the application for this Internet platform visitors).
  • Cross-platform development with React Native will be most suitable for creating simple applications from the point of functionality, such as news portals, weather forecasting applications, etc.

How to make the right choice between native app development vs React Native cross-platform development. Is React Native native after all?
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Scripting Native App with React Native – Supreet Totagi – Medium

Scripting native app with React Native:  #frontend #ReactJS #JavaScript

  • Even though native development takes longer, there are many reasons why we can produce better experience on mobile than on web.
  • React Native apps can access platform features like the phone camera, or the user’s location.
  • With all the advantages of native development, what we really want is user experience of native mobile apps combined with developer experience we have when building on the web.
  • Scripting Native App with React Native
  • If we use JavaScript to build native mobile apps, we would probably make this stack work across multiple platforms combined with great developer experience that comes in building apps for the Web.

If we use JavaScript to build native mobile apps, we would probably make this stack work across multiple platforms combined with great developer experience that comes in building apps for the Web…
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Mobile Metamorphosis

#ReactJS Native re-defines mobile development for companies and consultancies alike:

  • The proliferation of native applications has returned us to a world similar to pre-web times.
  • The threat is particularly pertinent when building native mobile applications.
  • “Designing, building and managing native applications across multiple devices is extremely slow and expensive.”
  • Facebook is building more and more of its own native applications in React Native.
  • In a world where consumer demand changes as fast as the direction of the wind, building native applications for proprietary platforms is now too expensive and too slow to deliver a great customer experience.

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React-Native apps now can be run on Ubuntu

  • We have support for web applications and creating and packaging Cordova applications, both of these enable any web framework to be used in creating great application experiences on the Ubuntu platform.
  • React Native is the sister to React.js, you can use the same style and code to create an application that works directly with native components with native levels of performance, but with the ease of and rapid development you would expect.
  • To get started, follow the instructions in README-ubuntu.md and create your first application.
  • We want to make everyone’s life easier, enable the use of tools that are familiar to web developers and provide an easy path to using them on the Ubuntu platform.

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React-Native apps now can be run on Ubuntu – React Native Development – Medium

React-Native apps now can be run on Ubuntu @creotiv  #Reactjs #JavaScript #WebDev #Linux

  • We have support for web applications and creating and packaging Cordova applications, both of these enable any web framework to be used in creating great application experiences on the Ubuntu platform.
  • React Native is the sister to React.js, you can use the same style and code to create an application that works directly with native components with native levels of performance, but with the ease of and rapid development you would expect.
  • If you are familiar with React.js, it’s easy to move into full native development with all your existing knowledge and tools by developing with React Native.
  • To get started, follow the instructions in README-ubuntu.md and create your first application.

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Introducing React Native Ubuntu

Even @Ubuntu has gone all #Native on us! -  #Reactjs #ReactNative #JavaScript

  • We have support for web applications and creating and packaging Cordova applications, both of these enable any web framework to be used in creating great application experiences on the Ubuntu platform.
  • To get started, follow the instructions in README-ubuntu.md and create your first application.
  • React Native is the sister to React.js, you can use the same style and code to create an application that works directly with native components with native levels of performance, but with the ease of and rapid development you would expect.
  • We want to make everyone’s life easier, enable the use of tools that are familiar to web developers and provide an easy path to using them on the Ubuntu platform.
  • Over the next little while there will be blogs posts on everything you need to know about developing a React Native Application for the Ubuntu platform; creating the app, the development process, packaging and releasing to the store.

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Introducing React Native Ubuntu